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Re: [math-learn] Proof of ASA Theorem, instead of it being a postulate
Posted: May 24, 2003 10:16 AM
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Date: Fri, 23 May 2003 22:35:14 -0700
To: math-learn@yahoogroups.com
From: Wayne Bishop <wbishop@calstatela.edu>
Subject: Re: [math-learn] Proof of ASA Theorem, instead of it being a postulate
Cc: Walter Whiteley <whiteley@mathstat.yorku.ca>,
"Karl M. Bunday" <kmbunday@earthlink.net>, math-learn@yahoogroups.com,
geometry-pre-college@mathforum.org, ffasanel@aaas.org

At 10:45 PM 5/23/2003 -0400, Guy Brandenburg wrote:
>Personally, I think that an axiomatic approach to math is extremely
>powerful. Not all-powerful of course, but very powerful.


I very much agree.

Wayne.



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